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snapshot today -- no pressure. if youthen this willbrids arbe a nice surprise. meet the 5-passenger ford c-max hybrid. c-max come. c-max go. c-max give a ride to everyone it knows. c max has more passenger volume than competitor prius v and we haven't even mentioned... c-max also gets better mpg. say hi to the super fuel efficient ford c-max hybrid. >>> right now to a story you don't hear about every day. it's a custody case not between husband and wife but a son and the woman who has been his mother in every way that you can imagine -- except for on paper. that's why at 32 years old he is being adopted. >> congratulations to you both. >> thank you so much. >> reporter: it's official. lisa adopted 32-year-old maurice griffin, the foster son she once lost. >> all i can say is finally. >> reporter: they walked out mother and son as ruled by a judge in san diego juvenile court. >> i'm so happy. but it's a little bit bittersweet. it's been a long time coming. as it little bit bittersweet but i'm soover joye overjoyed. >> for me, it is the best day of my life. i fought for ten years and finally
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of the united states lived here for we can have. and what happened at that time, gerald ford he served as vice president became president when nixon resigned. all happened very quickly. at the time he was living in alexandria. he had been living there for 20 years. is going to take a while. so for a week and a half, 1974, the president of the estate's of this home. and he would go out. greed is neighbors. they would gather. then he would be escorted to wait to go to work at the white house. and the police officers were detailed to provide security. the system traffic. and more work to command had to go. present was a need for women to start working in an apartment. then they hired the first secretary. the first women were civilians. the early 1960's. police officers, more important things this cool crossings. and so the department served as crossing guard. this group of women to my african-american. women worry uniform. the first time people of color or uniform 1959. and a couple years, there is actually a police officer who had trained his dark to respond to radio commands. the canine, eventu
conservative, when they went to ronald reagan after ford lost, he was not a libertarian. he was sort of a movement, traditional movement conservative who had been less conservative as a governor no -- a governor in california. >> that's true. >> and had a lot of crossover appeal just in terms of his nature. so going to the straight tea party libertarian and risking this tremendous work, we haven't seen the neoconservative, the revenge of the neoconservative empire yet. >> i think they're going to come back and reclaim the party as the hawk party. let me ask you about this choice now. do they say more romney with a different face, rubio, or say, wait a minute, that me, too, thing isn't working? >> i'm a believer in inertia. i think they stick with the sta same basic ideas. >> pretending to be right wingers but not willing to believe it themselves. >> not willing to go all the way. >> let's talk about something you've written about, we had the great thing we taped last night about the iraq war and in your book, "hubris." look at this clip. show them how things have changed. look at thi
that is "star wars." a lot of talk around "star wars," particularly the old c.a.r.s., harrison ford, mark hamill, carrie fisher. are they going to reunite? >> george lucas was quoted as saying they would but we haven't made an official announcement. we have a team working on the film now. jj abrams will direct it. we have a writer writing the script, working with folks involved in earlier films. when the story is quote, unquote, broken we'll make decisions about the cast and move from there. >> what can you tell us what's going on now in terms of advertising, the business climate. the up front period is beginning for some parts of media this week. do you have any vision you can talk to us about in terms of advertising? how does the year look? >> we don't have a lot of visibility. it's been that kind of market for a long time. i will say that the year has been fairly good. there's a fair amount of demand for advertisers for advertising time. it's certainly a good sign. we've seen that as fairly steady since the beginning of the year. that's pretty good for us obviously. >> the parks business. >>
admire henry ford who brought scale to automobile manufacturing and we should bring scale to education. >> is there a replacement for conventional high education or a complement to that? >> right now we're really focusing on access. bring higher education to high school student and bring a.p.-like classes and we signed 50 oakland students up to students that never would have had access and it will level the playing field, people of color and economic disadvantage have access to so eventually i think it's going to be a pillar of higher education that people will use because it's more flexible and less expensive and reaches more people. >> let me break in. we eel take a quick commercial break and be back with more from sebastian thrun of udacity in just a second. . >>> welcome back to press. ier. i'm scott mcgrew. we're talking with sebastian thrun of udacity and google. the taxi drivers responded to google negatively and college professors are feeling same similar threatened by online courses. i could teach as college professors 100 or 200 kids. can you take it over and teach tens of th
happened at the time was gerald ford was vice president, he became president when nixon resigned. that'll happen very quickly at the time. 47 was living in alexandria and they been living here for 20 years. it would take a while for them to be able to move into the white house. oh, for a week and a half in august 1974 the president of the united states and wake up in alexandria and he would go out and get the paper, greatest neighbors and the media who had gathered, and then he would be escorted to d.c. so he could go to work at the white house. and alexandria police officers were detailed to provide security near his home, on his street and also assist traffic escorts while that was going on. when world war ii hit, a lot of it had to go serve in the war. so pretty soon there was a need for women to start working in the department. that's really when they hired the first secretary, the first women were civilians. in the 1950s, they wanted to train police officers for more important things than school crossings. the department hired women to serve as crossing guards. there were three wh
about since before -- the ford administration. this can seize the international geopolitical damic as well if we are not dependent on foreign sources. a global energy market not fixated on the middle east. a lot changes demanded could change very quickly. we have the seeds of economic revival in this country, no matter what happens in congress or the executive branch. we are just watching it with their way because the president does not like carbon based fuels. neil: the president's people, as you know, ambassador, come back and say this is withering away. our growing declined on opec is a funny way offshowing it. our dependence on opec is easing. natural-gas access is increasing. we are kind of in the proverbial driver's seat more than folks say. what do you say? >> well, not yet. particularly now while the administration continues to wage a war on coal. a lot of the natural gas that we would produce i think would simply be used for gas-fired plan instead of coal-fired plants. thadministration has tried to put them out of business. would like to be in more of a position on oil and
old quote by henry ford who said, "those who think they can and those who think they can't are both right." this is within our power. we have waited, however, a long time to really engage this issue and to get started. and unfortunately, and this is actually a core american value, it goes back to the founding of this country and it goes back to benjamin franklin, one of the leading lights of that time, who said, and every american knows this, "an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure." a little action now is going to forestall much greater -- the need for much greater action later. and that's exactly the nature of this problem, is that if we delay -- if we wait until we've reached three and four degrees, it's too late. at that point the climate system is locked. it's a massive system. the heat is already in earth's system, it's absorbed in the oceans, it's being absorbed by the ice systems. it's in the atmosphere, there is no magic vacuum cleaner that's going to suddenly pull the co2 out and bring our temperatures back to what we consider normal. so that's why it's so imperat
, the gerald ford prize for distinguished presidency, the smith award for deadline reporting on the presidency, the award for coverage of the presidency and a whole lot of other awards for. she's been on pbs on msnbc and she received her bachelor's degree from northwestern, a master's in journalism from columbia where she was a pulitzer fellow and followed by mickey edwards that is a lecturer at princeton university woodrow wilson school of public policy and international affairs. a republican member of commerce from oklahoma for 16 years and he was a member of the republican leadership and served on the budget and appropriations committees. he's taught in addition to teaching at princeton he's taught at harvard and georgetown, she shares various task forces for the constitution project at brookings for the council on foreign relations and was vice president and director of the aspen institute's public leadership program and his latest book, the party versus the people, how to turn republicans and democrats into americans would be published by university press the summer and i promise before y
was on the ticket in the 1970's with gerald ford. he comes back 20 years later and is a republican nominee. ryan, because he was on national ticket so early, he has a long career, decades ahead in congress, where he will continue to be a player. host: our next caller is from springfield, oregon, on our line for independents. good morning. caller: good morning. i hope the party follows senator ator cruz's dialogue about not telling americans on american soil. same big promises, we want smaller government, we do not want to do unnecessary wars and stuff. same with obama. he ran on shutting down guantanamo bay and closing down big brother. he made all worse. i guess that is what i want to say, not so much the speeches, but the execution. host: thank you for the call. let me sherry what -- -- let me share with you what bill kristol writes this morning. he points out -- he points out americans being tired of the wars, wars that bill kristol and others have supported over the years, but the essence of his peace, loyal opposition, educating americans about what the gop represents. guest: that is the re
. people in europe with us and said, look at those americans. you have people like ford and kellogg and vendor build and rockefeller. they have so much money. -- vanderbilt and rockefeller. you need an overarching system that receives the funds and ridges to visit in an equitable way. -- redistributes it in an equitable way. what did they not realize? instead of the land barons of europe hoardng money and passing it down from -- hoarding and passing it down from generation to generation, they built the infrastructure of this nation. they built factories and textile mills. they built the mechanism that created the most powerful and dynamic middle-class the world has ever seen. they built universities and museums and charitable organizations because that has been the nature of america. we have always been generous. nobody is starving on the streets. we have always taken care of them. we have churches that are a much better mechanism for taking care of the poor. this is one of the reasons that we give tax deductions to churches. because they do that. why is the government trying to dup
leader and this would transcend everything. and i use henry ford. what did he do? he was an optimistic person. he went and created the automobile. now, how crazy would that have been. sit down, here i'm going to make everybody -- but he was optimistic, so that joy and happiness, created the car and brought everyone with him. look at it today. >> alisyn: thank you. >> thanks for having me. >> tucker: a benghazi bombshell, one senator says the survivors are being silenced and he knows because they told him that. >> alisyn: and start off your day with an irish coffee. and that and others that we're celebrating, like raw meat. >> tucker: ooh. ♪ what's droid-smart ? with google now, it automatically knows when you need to leave for the airport, how much traffic there is, and can have your boarding pass ready. the droid razr maxx hd by motorola. droid-smart. droid-powerful. a hairline fracture to the mandible and contusions to the metacarpus. what do you see? um, i see a duck. be more specific. i see the aflac duck. i see the aflac duck out of work and not making any money. i see him movin
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